At Gabi, our hearts go out to those who have been impacted by the recent California fires. We love California; it’s our home. Because we are a team of insurance experts, we wanted to lend some wisdom and advice (with regards to insurance) for those impacted by the fires. Hopefully, this post will alleviate some of your worries so that you can intend to more important things.
Knowing what to do immediately after a car accident can be difficult–let alone one where someone else is at fault. Obviously the first order of concern is everyone’s health and wellbeing.
Even if there are no injuries, emotions and adrenaline will be running high, and this fact may understandably impair your decision making. Here’s what to do to ensure that you’re not left with a huge bill on top of your traumatic experience.
How likely is it that you’re paying too much for your insurance? This is something we’d all like to know (and rightfully should). So we decided to ask several thousand car owners to share how much they’re paying for their insurance, then set out to find better rates for them by looking at quotes from all major car insurance companies. We wanted to find out how likely people are to overpay for insurance with any given company, and also how much savings we could find on average. In this post I’ll share what we learned.
You’ve probably looked at the monthly cost of your auto insurance and wondered if it was pulled out of thin air. With the complexity of car insurance, it might seem that way. At Gabi, our insurance experts are here to help demystify all things related to the insurance industry. Here are the four main factors that go into calculating your rates on auto insurance.
Many people do not know this, but when you rent a car, you take on additional liability. In fact, even if you have personal auto insurance, you may still be responsible for damages in the unfortunate event of an accident. We asked our insurance experts for tips on avoiding the most common mistakes and pitfalls. Here is what they came up with.